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What would it take for you to embark on a journey of the heart? This type of journey doesn't allow for a religious spirit, and only one thing is certain: You will never be the same again. Join John Paul Jackson as he describes what it is like to love God from Heaven's throne room, touching what you've only dreamed about---and suddenly discovering that your dreams were far too small.
Vendor: Streams Ministries Int'l
Phyllis2 Stars Out Of 5Devotional, not the actual storyApril 11, 2015PhyllisQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1Was expecting the actual story of John Paul Jackson's visit to heaven. Was so disappointed! This is more like a devotional. Did not meet my expectations.
Margaret5 Stars Out Of 5Essential read for increased intimacy with GodMay 13, 2011MargaretQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book draws one into intimacy with our Lord in a special way in the throne room of God. It gives in depth perspectives of our Lord's character and infinite love. It draws us to adore Him in complete humility and increases our sense of devotion to Him for His sacrifice for us.
Initially I lent the book to friends, who kept asking to keep it for a bit longer, to read it again, so I have bought extra copies for gifts.
Kathy Bartley5 Stars Out Of 5October 28, 2009Kathy BartleyThe insights in this book brought me closer to the heart of God. It also gave me clearer vision of His love for me. The selah moments alone are worth the price of the book.
Deborah Anderson5 Stars Out Of 5November 4, 2007Deborah AndersonI really didn't know what to expect when I bought this book. Though the author doesn't really go in depth on what it was like, He does bring home important truths and revelations. It's not a book that you can just read through. You have to take the time to ponder those truths. It is a deep book with profound truths that need to get planted deep in our souls.
Deaunna Newton5 Stars Out Of 5September 9, 2007Deaunna NewtonThis is a great little book. It is good for a seven day devotional. This is book that can be used over and over again. Seven Days Behind the Veil is a book worth keeping.